Week of November 23, 2015 Archives
RealClearWorld Evening Edition
Wednesday, November 25Putin's War on Far Too Many Fronts
- Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg ViewBordering on War
- Lucian Kim, SlateUS, Malaysia and the War Against the Islamic State
- The DiplomatCan a Centrist Save Argentina?
- Virginia Porcella, Daily BeastWe Were Wrong About Iraq. We're Not Wrong About Syria
Tuesday, November 24Turkey Caught Between Turkmen, Russian Gas
- Simon Tisdall, GuardianThe Russians Had It Coming
- Con Coughlin, TelegraphRussia to Blame for Violating Turkish Airspace
- Kori Schake, PoliticoWhy Some Turks Approve of ISIS
- Kadri Gursel, Al-MonitorMoldova: Small Enough to Fail, Big Enough for Putin
- EconomistAfter Kim: 44 People Planning to Run N. Korea
- Stephen Evans, BBCThe Le Pens Measure France's Fear Factor
- Nicholas Vinocur, Politico EUThe Trouble with Int'l Policy Coordination
- Jeffrey Frankel, Proj. Syn.Demographics Rule the Global Economy
- Greg Ip, Wall Street JournalAbility to Drink Milk Came from Russians
- Anna Salleh, ABC Science
Monday, November 23Putin's Politics of Emergency
- Maxim Trudolyubov, New York TimesArgentina's Comeback Will Be Oversold
- Alejandro Rebossio, BloombergCorbyn Is Dragging Labour into the Abyss
- Dan Hodges, Daily TelegraphIs the Islamic State Going Global?
- Metin Gurcan, Al-MonitorISIS Makes the Same Mistake as al-Qaeda
- Faisal Al Yafai, The NationalWant to Beat ISIS? Help Tunisia
- Christian Caryl, Foreign PolicyThe Road to Paris Runs Through Iraq
- Akbar Shahid Ahmed, Huff PostThe End of Cheap Chinese Labor
- Chu & Davis, Wall Street JournalWhy the Radical Right Failed in Australia
- Duncan McDonnell, SMHThe World's Unlikely Champion of Gender Equality
- Ana Campoy, Quartz
Thursday, November 19The Right Way to Defeat ISIS
- The EconomistWhy ISIS Is Winning the Online War
- Der SpiegelWill ISIS Unite Russia and the West?
- Brian Whitmore, The AtlanticIslam vs. Nihilism: A Letter to the Dead
- Hassan Yassin, Daily BeastBeirut Is Not Paris, But It Still Matters
- Kevin Sullivan, RCWorldWhat Should You Do During a Terrorist Attack?
- Camila Ruz, BBCBelgium Is a Failed State
- Tim King, Politico EUDeclining Power of Inter-Korean Relations
- Steven Denney, Diplomat
Wednesday, November 18Why Didn't France Close Its Borders Years Ago?
- Thomas SowellTaking Terror Abroad: The Islamic State's New Strategy
- Der SpiegelHow Belgium Became a Breeding Ground for Terrorists
- SlateBataclan Generation: For Paris Youths, ISIS Attack Hit Hard
- CSMHow Putin Won Russia's War in Syria
- Noah Rothman, CommentaryWhy'd Putin Wait So Long to Blame ISIS for Jet Crash?
- Daily BeastThis Is Why America Should Fear China's Air Force
- Michael Peck, NIHow Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
- Patrick Hess, The DiplomatJapan Needs Workers. Women Are Ready.
- Noah Smith, Bloomberg ViewHow Corbyn Will Purge Labour
- Tom Harris, Telegraph
Tuesday, November 17The Islamic State Paradox
- Jessica Stern, Politico EUISIS Taps Dark Web, Encryption Apps
- Eric Niiler, Discovery NewsDo Refugees Pose a Terrorism Risk?
- Diehl & Reimann, Der SpiegelParis' Muslims, Jews More Anxious than Ever
- The EconomistShould Israel Align with Shia over Sunni?
- Ben Caspit, Al-MonitorBurundi on the Verge of Genocide?
- Justin Lynch, Daily BeastWhich Nation's Citizens Are Most Dishonest?
- Univ. of East Anglia15 People Who Started Micronations
- Bess Lovejoy, Mental Floss
Monday, November 16Europe's Long Goodbye to Open Borders
- Daniel Wagner, Huffington PostISIS Sets a Trap for Europe
- Harleen Gambhir, Washington PostNo, Paris Did Not Invite Terrorism
- Lee Smith, Weekly StandardEurope Must Clean Up Balkan Gun Markets
- Colin Freeman, TelegraphThe Day the Global Jihad Began
- Robin Wright, The New YorkerWill France Flip on Assad?
- Kevin Sullivan, RealClearWorldWho Benefits Most From Paris Attacks? Assad
- Josh Rogin, BloombergThe Islamist Zero Hour
- John Jenkins, New StatesmanAre Syria's Salafi Movements Splintering?
- Mona Alami, Al-Monitor